Polish Medical Platform is a new platform created to facilitate research management. The project is co-funded by the European Union Development Fund and implemented as part of Operational Programme Digital Poland for the years 2014-2020, axis one of the programme: E-administration and open government, Action 2.3: Access to digital information of public sector, Sub-action 2.3.1: Enabling access to digital information of public sector, e-administration and e-resources in the field of science, education and culture.
The project commenced on the 1st of November 2017 and will finish on the 30th of October 2020. The project’s budget is 37 279 341,60 PLN, out of which 31 549 506,79 were granted by the European Union. The objective of the project is to create a platform which will be a single point of access to information about scientific research conducted by partner organizations in medicine, pharmacy, public health, occupational medicine, economy and health protection. The platform is supposed to facilitate knowledge transfer, innovation and collaboration between academic communities and companies. The platform will include a repository and databases of experts and expert knowledge, full-text documents, core data and research findings as well as information about projects, grants, patents.
The project’s site: http://projekt.ppm.edu.pl/
In the years 2016-2019 four Wroclaw universities and the Research Institute PAS worked together in the project “aktywna platforma informacyjna e-scienceplus.pl” as part of the Operational Programme Digital Poland financed by the European Regional Development Fund. The overall sum awarded for the project was 33 692 030 PLN. One of participants was Wroclaw Medical University which digitalized its pre-war and post-war collections of journals, books and textbooks written by pioneers of medicine, professors from Wroclaw University or Jan Casimir University in Lviv. Among digitalised items were also histopathology samples depicting 1000 different medical cases.
The Atlas of Open Science Resources (AZON) provides scientific resources in open digital form to anyone interested. Almost tens of thousands of resources have already been accumulated on the platform and they include books, magazines, scientific articles, scripts, sketches, photos, conference materials, audio and video files, 3D models and many other scientific materials.
The Atlas of Open Science Resources does not introduce any restrictions on access to resources. All users with access to the Internet can use them, and they are made available without fees and registration. They can be easily searched for educational, research or commercial purposes.
Zachęcamy do zapoznania się z Atlasem Zasobów Otwartej Nauki, który jest dostępny pod adresem https://zasobynauki.pl/.